报 告 人：Prof. Stuart Batten (School of Chemistry, Monash University)
报告人简介：Prof. Stuart Robert Batten
B.Sc.(Hons), Ph.D., FRACI, C.Chem., GCHE
Bachelor of Science (Degree with Honours). 1991. University of Melbourne.
Doctor of Philosophy. 1996. University of Melbourne.
Graduate Certificate in Higher Education. 2007. Monash University.
2009 - Awarded the Ollé Prize by the Royal Australian Chemical Institute for Coordination Polymers: Design, Analysis and Application, S.R. Batten, S.M. Neville and D.R. Turner, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 2009.
2008 - Elected Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute.
2008 - Thomson Scientific Citation Award. Award recognised the highest average citation rate amongst Australian researchers in the field of Chemistry for the period 1997 to 2007. Report in The Australiannewspaper here; further information here.
2008 - Le Fèvre Memorial Prize. Recognises outstanding basic research in chemistry by scientists under 40.
2007 - Cosmos Bright Sparks Award. Selected as one of Australia's top 10 scientific minds under 40. More information here, and here.
2006 - Victorian Young Tall Poppy Science Award.
2006 - Inaugural Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Research by Early Career Researchers(pdf, 565 kb, Monash University.
2006 - Inaugural Faculty of Science Award for Excellence in Research by Early Career Researchers, Monash University.
2005 - HG Andrewartha Medal of the Royal Society of South Australia. This Medal is awarded to a scientist under the age of 40 in recognition of outstanding research.
2003 - Edgeworth David Medal of the Royal Society of New South Wales. This Medal is awarded annually to a scientist under the age of 35 for distinguished contributions to Australian science.
2002 - Rennie Memorial Medal of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute. This Medal is awarded annually to a member of the RACI under the age of 35 who has contributed most towards the development of some branch of chemical science. Such contribution is judged by the research work published during the ten years immediately preceding the award.
2012 - Professor, School of Chemistry, Monash University.
2010-2013 - ARC Future Fellow, Monash University.
2010-2012 - Associate Head (Postgraduate), School of Chemistry, Monash University.
2009-2011 - Associate Professor, School of Chemistry, Monash University.
2007-2008 - Senior Lecturer, School of Chemistry, Monash University.
2006 - Lecturer, School of Chemistry, Monash University.
2001-2005 - ARC Australian Research Fellow, Monash University.
1998-2000 - ARC Australian Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Monash University, with Prof. Keith Murray.
1997-1998 - Postdoc, University of Melbourne, with A/Prof. Richard Robson.
1996-1997 - Postdoc, Monash University, with Prof. Keith Murray.
1995-1996 - Postdoc, University of Bristol, U.K., with Dr. John C. Jeffery.
1991-1996 - Ph.D. University of Melbourne. Submitted 5/9/95; completed 15/2/96; conferred 28/8/96. Thesis title: Infinite polymeric frameworks. Supervisors: Dr. Richard Robson and Dr. Bernard F. Hoskins.
1987-1990 - B.Sc. (Hons), University of Melbourne. Completed 1/12/90; conferred 13/3/91. Chemistry major, Physics sub-major. Honours Research Project: “The synthesis and structural characterisation of infinite rutile-related frameworks.” Supervised by Dr. R. Robson and Dr. B. F. Hoskins.
An international reputation in the area of crystal engineering, and a world leading expert on the phenomenon of interpenetration of networks in crystal structures.
228 refereed journal publications, 1 book, 8 book chapters, 89 conference presentations. Publication 14 is one of the most heavily cited papers in its field (over 3000 citations). Publication 42 was the very first 'Highlight' paper written for CrystEngComm, and is the second most highly cited paper to have been published in this journal to date (487 citations). Publication 2 was highlighted in an editorial article in Science, and chosen as one of the highlights of the year for chemistry in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, Book of the Year, 1996. Publication 189 was highlighted as an Editor's Choice in Science. Publications 31, 48, 52, 116, 132 and 170 are highlighted on the covers of their respective journals.
High citation rates. Total citations (to Dec. 2011) are 12,237, or over 54 citations per published paper. Twenty-seven papers have over 100 citations each, and 58 have more than 50 citations. H-index = 54, m = 3.6.
Referee for more than 650 papers submitted to 43 different journals since 2000 (including Nature Materials, Nature Chemistry, Chem. Comm., Dalton, New J. Chem., Chem. Soc. Rev., JACS, Inorg. Chem., Angew. Chem., Adv. Mater., Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., Aust. J. Chem.), as well as ARC, NSERC (Canada), SFI (Ireland), Swiss National Science Foundation, Marsden Fund (NZ), Ministry of Education (Singapore), Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), KOSK (Norway), NSF (USA) and PRF (USA) funding applications, and beamtime applications for the Bragg Institute and Australian Synchrotron. Examiner for one M.Sc. and five Ph.D. theses.
Collaborations with 43 distinct research groups since 2000, based in Australia, China, India, Denmark, New Zealand, Switzerland, Spain, France and the United Kingdom. These include the groups of Keith Murray (Monash), Leone Spiccia (Monash), Bruce West (Monash), Doug MacFarlane (Monash), Glen Deacon (Monash), Alan Chaffee (Monash), Cameron Kepert (Sydney), Christine J. McKenzie and Hans Toftlund (Odense, Denmark), Michael D. Ward (Sheffield, UK), Samiran Mitra (Jadavpur U, Kolkata, India), Partha Sarathi Mukherjee (Bangalore, India), Miao Du and Xiao-Jun Zhao (Tianjin Normal U, Tianjin, China), Xian-He Bu and Jimin Zheng (Nankai U, Tianjin, China), Song Gao and Zheming Wang (Beijing, China), Xian-Ming Zhang (Linfen, China), Yao-Yu Wang (Northwest U, Xi'an, China), Quan-Guo Zhai (Shaanxi Normal U, Xi'an, China), Shi-Yao Yang (Xiamen, China), En-Bo Wang and Jian-Fang Ma (Northeast Normal U, Changchun, China), Xiao-Ming Chen and Ming-Liang Tong (Sun Yat-Sen U, Guangzhou, China), Hong Deng (South China Normal U, Guangzhou, China), Yu-Bin Dong (Jinan, China), Rong Cao and Can-Zhong Lu (Fuzhou, Fujian, China), Fupei Liang (Guangxi Normal U, Guilin, China), Ning-Hai Hu and Hongjie Zhang (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, China), Xiang He (Shanghai U, China), Hegen Zheng (Nanjing U, Nanjing, China), Li-Ya Wang (Luoyang Normal U, China), Chun-Sen Liu (Zhengzhou U of Light Industry, Zhengzhou, China), Zheng-Bo Han (Liaoning U, Shenyang, China), Feng Luo (East China Institute of Technology, Fuzhou, Jiangxi, China), Paul Kruger (U Canterbury, NZ), Ed Constable (Basel, Switzerland), Jean-Franois Létard (ICMCB, Bordeaux, France), and Matthew Hill (Materials Science and Engineering, CSIRO).
Including fellowships, personal ARC funding since 1998 is more than $2.88M; CI on grants of more that $12.9M.
Science and Industry Endowment Fund (SIEF), 2012-2016 ($6M).
ARC LIEF Grant, 2011 ($200K).
ARC LIEF Grant, 2010 ($530K).
ARC LIEF Grant, 2010 ($200K).
ARC Discovery Grant, 2010-2012 ($330K).
ARC Discovery Grant, 2010-2012 ($300K).
ARC Future Fellowship, 2010-2013 ($886K).
DIIST International Science Linkages, Australia-China Special Fund for Scientific and Technological Cooperation, 2009-2011 ($281K).
ARC LIEF Grant, 2008 ($600K)
ARC Discovery Grant, 2007-2009 ($270K).
ARC Discovery Grant, 2006-2008 ($272K).
ARC LIEF Grant, 2005 ($651K).
AINSE Grant, 2005 ($9K).
ARC Research Networks Grant, 2004-2008 ($1.5M).
ARC Discovery Grant, 2004-2005 ($180K).
ARC Discovery Grant, 2002 ($20K).
Monash Research Fund research, 2002 ($10K), 2003 ($30K), 2006 ($20K).
ARC Australian Research Fellowship, 2001-2005 ($405K).
ARC Small Grant, 2000.
Ian Potter Foundation Travel Grant, 2000.
Monash University Research Fund (MURF) Travel Grants, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005.
Elsevier Golden Jubilee Bursary to attend ICCC34 conference, Edinburgh, 2000.
Grant from International Union of Crystallography to attend 28th International Crystallography School, Erice, Italy, 1999.
ARC Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1998-2000 ($150K).
"Young Scientist" award, Society of Crystallographers in Australia, to attend AsCA '92, 1992.
Australian Postgraduate Research Award at maximum stipend, 1991 - 1994.
Member of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) task group on Terminology and Nomenclature of Inorganic and Coordination Polymer, #2011-035-1-800 (2011-).
Member of the planning and scientific committees for the joint AsCA'12/Crystal 28/Bragg Centennial meetings, Adelaide, December 2012.
Editorial Board, Polyhedron (2011-2013).
International Advisory Board, ChemPlusChem.
Editorial Board, Inorganica Chimica Acta (2011-2013).
Member of the programme committee for the Crystal 27 conference, Rotorua, NZ 2011.
Member of the Research Degrees Committee, Faculty of Science, Monash University (2010-2012).
Member of the School Executive, School of Chemistry, Monash University (2010-2012).
Member of the Powder Diffraction Program Advisory Committee at the Australian Synchrotron (2010-).
Member of the International Programme Committee for the 2010 Asian Crystallographic Association Meeting (AsCA'10), Busan, Korea 2010.
Member of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) task group on Coordination polymers and metal organic frameworks: terminology and nomenclature guidelines, #2009-012-2-200 (2009-).
Member of the programme committee for the Crystal 26 conference, Barossa Valley 2009.
Associate Editor (Handling), Australian Journal of Chemistry (2008-).
Member of the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr) Commission on Structural Chemistry (2008-).
Co-chair of the inaugural Australian Crystallographic School (2008).
Member of the Editorial Advisory Boards of The Open Inorganic Chemistry Journal, The Open Condensed Matter Physics Journal, and The Open Crystallography Journal (2007-).
Member of the Education Committee, School of Chemistry, Monash University (2007-2009).
Secretary of the Society of Crystallographers in Australia and New Zealand (SCANZ) (2007-).
Member of the Science Faculty Board, Monash University (2007-2009).
Member of the Organising Committee for the Crystal 25 conference, Hunter Valley 2007.
Member of the Zone 13 OHSE Committee, School of Chemistry, Monash University (2006-2011).
Radiation Safety Officer, School of Chemistry, Monash University (2006-2011).
Manager, X-ray Diffraction Facilities, School of Chemistry, Monash University (2006-2011).
Seminar Coordinator, School of Chemistry, Monash University (2005-2006).
Chair of the Inorganic Chemistry Special Interest Group of the Victorian Branch of the RACI (2004-2010).
Victorian representative for the Inorganic Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) (2003-).
Member of the Single Crystal Instrument Advisory Team for the OPAL Research Reactor, Lucas Heights (2003-).
Third Year Coordinator, 2007 - 2009.
CHM1022 General Chemistry, 2003 - 2005.
ENG1071 Chemistry for Engineering, 2007 - 2009.
CHM2731 Chemistry C (Chemistry for Engineers), 2001 - 2003.
CHM2735 Chemistry - Principles and Practice (Engineers), 2007, 2009.
CHM2180/3180 Materials Chemistry: Biomaterials, Macromolecules and Smart Materials, 2000 - 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008. Unit coordinator 2006
CHM3180 Materials Chemistry, 2010 -
CHM3911 Spectroscopy, Synchrotron and Structure, 2001 - 2009. Unit coordinator 2009.
CHM3990 Chemistry Project, 2007 - 2009. Unit coordinator 2007 - 2009.
BMC3104 Drug Discovery and Development, 2006 - 2007.
CHM431 Techniques and Methods in Inorganic Chemistry, 1999 - 2002.
CHM4000 Metallosupramolecular Chemistry, 2006 - .
CHM4000 Instrumental Chemistry, 2006 - .
Supervision of four Honours students, one MSc. part I student, one MSc. student, thirteen PhD students, and six postdocs.
Member of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute since 1989; Fellow since 2008.
Member of the Society of Crystallographers in Australia since 1990.